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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Alamo, Jan 13, 2018 at 6:01 PM.
Would this thing float your boat?
Looks like one of those tennis bags all the kids tote around these days, I'm my day you were lucky to have a second raquet, much less two guitars. You also knew better than to walk on my lawn.....
If he's making a sales pitch, he needs to get to the point...
I bailed after 3 minutes and I still have no idea what this is about...
One guitar = one gig bag. Two guitar = two gig bags. Pedals in a separate bag. That looks the pedal board is pressing against the neck, and the padding between compartments looks flimsy and inadequate.
Look at the photo. Sure, great, it all fits in *one* bag.
One bag that weighs as much as my amp. No thanks.
Maybe find a way to put wheels on it?
One one end.
He's not trying to make a sales pitch, just asking the future users for suggestions to make the product better.
on behalf of Thomann.
I agree, it is a wee bit long winded. sry.
It would weigh about 102 pounds !
I'm good with my individual hard cases and soft cases.
I have a place for everything (guitars, tuners, capos, batteries) and everything is regularly happily in its place.
I like the idea of the product, and it looks good on paper, but in practical application, I'm not really interested in changing my routines for traveling to and from musical gigs.
Wheels on one end definitely.
Honestly, I won't take a guitar anywhere unless it's in a hard shell case, so my opinion is useless.
Two guitars, maybe. Four or five? Not a chance.
Piece of crap.
I ain't got no stinkin bag, gig bag. You can't throw your guitars, in a bag, into the back of a truck with speakers, amps, guitar stands, rogue destructive Mic stands, steel boxes on wheels, and carpet rolls and expect it to survive very long.
Hard cases only.
You're a Gibson guy?
One of the most annoying dudes on YouTube.
I agree with Fearnot. Five seems like a lot to bring to a gig.
Maybe what they could develop is gigbags/strap system that you can click together as many as you need.
Or hardshell cases that can latch together with a furniture dolly-type cart that can carry an amp and a box of other equipment up and down stairs. All in one trip.
I have always been pretty clumsy. I still am.
My Hard Cases have paid for themselves many times over.
They make gig bags that hold 2 guitars, right? I'm interested in those, but two is all I need, I reckon.
But surely 'Blooze' players need to show off their collection of identical Strats!